Can we agree on this biatch needs some potassium asap?

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MrGreenfinga

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Today were jumping into week 3 of flower

Last feed i gave
3ml veg nutes
1ml flower nutes
And some root booser

We agree on it looks hungry after sum more flower nutes right?
Can we agree on this biatch needs some potassium asap
Can we agree on this biatch needs some potassium asap 2
Can we agree on this biatch needs some potassium asap 3
 
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Fromunda506

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I would agree she’s hungry. Looks like p is what she is looking for more than k from the leaves, but upping her flowering nutes should get her happy. 👊
 
MrGreenfinga

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I would agree she’s hungry. Looks like p is what she is looking for more than k from the leaves, but upping her flowering nutes should get her happy. 👊
This time i gave her 2,5 ml instead of 1
Runoff was 2200ec it isnt too hot right
Dont hope she burns from it🔥
I mean she happily ate 2500EC in veg with praying leaves 🤟😄
 
MrGreenfinga

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I would agree she’s hungry. Looks like p is what she is looking for more than k from the leaves, but upping her flowering nutes should get her happy. 👊
@Fromunda506 i need some advice
I watered yesterday with the more flowering nutrients

Today more leaves looks deficient in P should i just add more?
 
Fromunda506

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Right on man. She’s looking much more well fed. If she is still eating some of those bottom leaves, I would bring it up just a touch more. By the looks of her though, you are about in good shape. You don’t want to overdo it with flowering nutrients. If you put in more than she’s eating, and they accumulate over time, you can get some nasty lockout. Just for your future reference, when you are seeing leaves like that, but they are limited to lower and shaded leaves, generally a sign of hunger. When you see those leaf symptoms on the top or all over the plant, it’s usually something else giving you symptoms of a p deficiency. When you are treating a phosphorus deficiency, you wanna see those leaves go from curling downward to nice and perky at an upward angle like yours are now.
 
Fromunda506

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Once you hit about week 5-6 of flower, I would not bother too much trying to keep those leaves from dying. She will naturally start to eat them as she pushes into late flower. As long as it’s not dramatic, you don’t need to do anything about it. Cheers
 
MrGreenfinga

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Right on man. She’s looking much more well fed. If she is still eating some of those bottom leaves, I would bring it up just a touch more. By the looks of her though, you are about in good shape. You don’t want to overdo it with flowering nutrients. If you put in more than she’s eating, and they accumulate over time, you can get some nasty lockout. Just for your future reference, when you are seeing leaves like that, but they are limited to lower and shaded leaves, generally a sign of hunger. When you see those leaf symptoms on the top or all over the plant, it’s usually something else giving you symptoms of a p deficiency. When you are treating a phosphorus deficiency, you wanna see those leaves go from curling downward to nice and perky at an upward angle like yours are now.
Thanks alot man always learning something new talking to you😄🤟

I was wondering if you would give this a thought the chart on my nutrients doesnt mix veg and bloom they just switch over

Maybe i should step my veg nutes down from 3ml to 2 ml and start giving 5ml bloom instead of 2,5ml
Considering the bloom also has a bit of nitrogen

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Fromunda506

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Not familiar with that nutrient line. I probably wouldn’t make that big a move though based on how she looks. Dropping the veg nutrients down to 2ml is a good idea. I might even drop it a bit more than that, like 1.5. I would not double the flowering nutrients yet though. I would bump them up to 3.5 and see how she responds. Way easier to give her a little more if she still looks hungry than it is unwind her if she’s overfed. Watch for new leaves showing symptoms. The ones that are already damaged may just get eaten. If they are pretty far gone, they will frequently just suck the rest of the juice out of them and let them go rather than trying to hold onto them. Cheers bro
 
MrGreenfinga

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Not familiar with that nutrient line. I probably wouldn’t make that big a move though based on how she looks. Dropping the veg nutrients down to 2ml is a good idea. I might even drop it a bit more than that, like 1.5. I would not double the flowering nutrients yet though. I would bump them up to 3.5 and see how she responds. Way easier to give her a little more if she still looks hungry than it is unwind her if she’s overfed. Watch for new leaves showing symptoms. The ones that are already damaged may just get eaten. If they are pretty far gone, they will frequently just suck the rest of the juice out of them and let them go rather than trying to hold onto them. Cheers bro
Thanks alot 😄🤟
Really appreciate it
 
Fromunda506

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No worries bro. I will always take the opportunity to help make a chick happy. It happens so rarely outside of my grow! Lol.
 
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